) -- President Barack Obama is due to speak Monday at the "Investing in America" town hall meeting.
Held at the Newseum, a monument to the First Amendment and a few blocks up Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House, the audience will include college students, union leaders, small business owners and retirees. Attendees are meant to represent a cross-section of Main Street, Wall Street and Washington as the president discusses the U.S. political and economic landscape.
U.S. tax policies may be discussed, as are the administration's recent agreement to offer $30 billion in small business loans, recent health care reform programs, and whether or not tax cuts for Americans earnings more than $250,000 annually will be allowed to expire.
-- Written by Miriam Marcus Reimer in New York.
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